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SPK Engineering's past projects

Filtering by Tag: Allegheny

S.R. 0356 Sections 06M/152

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $69 million
Client: PennDOT District 10-0
Contact: Mr. Mark Rozich, P.E. (724-357-2852
Client: Engineering District 12-0
Contact: Mr. Troy Pritts, P.E. (724-415-2401)
Project Letting - June 2010

Freeport Bridge Rehabilitation - Westmoreland, Allegheny, Butler & Armstrong Counties - This project consisted of the major rehabilitation of the Freeport Bridge, reconstruction and realignment of the approach roadways, and replacement of the Buffalo Creek Bridge. The design for the Freeport Bridge included the replacement of the approach spans and rehabilitation/widening of the main river truss spans (performed by others). The Buffalo Creek Bridge replacement structure is a three (3) span P/S Concrete AASHTO I-Beam Bridge (340’ total). The project also included two (2) traffic signals, highway lighting, and a sewer relocation plan. SPK worked closely with both District 10-0 and District 12-0 throughout the design process.


S.R. 3104 Section A02

Michael Kilgore

 Cost: $6.84 million
Client: Engineering District 11-0
Contact: Mr. Jeffrey Baker (412-429-4900)

McKees Rocks Bridge - This project included the rehabilitation of a 17 span (4,365’ overall) steel truss-arch bridge carrying S.R. 3104 over the Ohio River, CSX Railroad, and several local streets. The rehabilitation included concrete filled steel grid sidewalk replacement, deck joint replacement, zone painting, concrete repairs, and miscellaneous structure repairs.


S.R. 0065 Section A11

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $1.5 million
Client: Engineering District 11-0
Contact: Mr. John Alvetro (412) 429-5088

Ohio River Boulevard - Widening and Resurfacing - This project consisted of widening Ohio River Boulevard from 40’ to 52’ for use of a proposed center lane. The project also included a traffic signal upgrade as well as drainage and signing/pavement marking improvements. Critical design activities were maintaining access to businesses, utility relocation design, and construction schedule relative to utility on-site relocations.